ACI Medical & Dental School offers Phlebotomy Technician Certification included in our Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy, EKG and Patient Care Technician primary program, as well as a standalone secondary program if all qualifications are met.
As part of our Medical Assistant Certification program, ACI Medical & Dental School offers classes in phlebotomy that prepare students to obtain their Phlebotomy Technician Certification.
For those students who are already Certified Medical Assistants but do not currently have their Phlebotomy Technician Certification, we offer the option of taking only the phlebotomy courses needed to obtain this certification. Students who are not currently Certified Medical Assistants should look into our full Medical Assistant Certification program.
ACI Medical & Dental School is One of NJ’s Top Phlebotomy Schools
Our Phlebotomy Technician Program provides academic and clinical education for students to help them acquire the knowledge, skills, and work-readiness skills necessary for becoming a specialist in obtaining blood specimens by venipuncture and micro techniques for the purpose of laboratory analysis.
Our instructors teach students about the healthcare system as well as the anatomy and physiology related to laboratory testing and phlebotomy, the collection and transport requirements for tests performed in all areas of the laboratory, documentation and patient records, and the interpersonal skills needed to provide quality and proficient patient care.
If you have questions such as, “What does a Phlebotomist do?,” read our Phlebotomist FAQ for answers to that and other popular questions about Phlebotomy Technicians’ duties.
Phlebotomy Technician Program Objectives and Requirements
ACI students have a higher pass rate on NHA exams than the national average:
|Exam||ACI 2017 Pass Rate||2017 National Average|
|Phlebotomy Certification (CPT)||96%||92%|
As a result of successfully completing this program, students will be able to demonstrate standard safety practices designed for the medical laboratory professions, perform basic phlebotomy procedures that include both venipuncture with a straight needle and winged infusion set as well as capillary techniques, and demonstrate standard quality assurance practices to ensure quality patient outcomes.
The job outlook for Certified Phlebotomy Technicians in NJ remains strong in 2017 and beyond. According to the United States Department of Labor, demand in the phlebotomy technician field is growing at a much faster than average rate in comparison to other fields.
Certified Phlebotomy Technicians can find jobs in doctors offices, lab settings, and hospitals.
Enroll at ACI Medical & Dental School
If you are currently working in the medical field and wish to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician, contact us today to enroll at ACI Medical & Dental School and receive your phlebotomy technician training. If you are not currently a Certified Medical Assistant but wish to begin your career in the medical field, take a look at our Medical Assistant Certification program.